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    August 31, 2011 // 11:01 AM

    10 Social Media Cartoons Guaranteed to Make You Smile

    Written by Pamela Vaughan | @

    It's Wednesday, or Hump Day, as some call it. You're just about halfway through the workweek at this point. How about an extra little push? No, we're not talking about a second -- or third -- cup of coffee. What about some funnies?

    Over the past few years, we've published 45 marketing cartoons. To be honest, it's actually one of our favorite types of content to publish. After all, cartoons are...well...fun! So to help you cut back on your caffeine intake today, give you a few little chuckles, and offer you some social media marketing knowledge along the way, here are our top 10 marketing cartoons.

    1. Making Friends in Social Media

    HubSpot Making Friends resized 6002. New Facebook Terms Allow Confiscating Furniture 

    Facebook Moving truck resized 6003. Twitterhea: The Unstoppable Urge to Tweet

    hubspot twitterhea resized 6004. Social Media Marketing Madness

    HubSpot Social media marketing madness cartoo resized 6005. Twitter in Real Life: The Follow-Back

    twitter follow back final resized 6006. Digg in Real Life: The Bury Brigade

    HubSpot Digg bury brigade resized 6007. Facebook in Real Life: Throwing Sheep

    HubSpot Facebook sheep resized 6008. Big Morning in Social Media

    Hubspot Twitter News resized 6009. Google+ vs. Facebook

    Hubspot Zuck & Google (1) resized 600 resized 60010. Retweeting in Real Life

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    What other social media or marketing cartoons have tickled your funny bone? Which of our top 10 is your personal favorite?

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    Topics: Social Media

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